Announcing My New Book – The Cross-Border Family Wealth Guide

I am excited to announce the impending release of my new book – The Cross-Border Family Wealth Guide: Advice on Taxes, Investing, Real Estate, and Retirement for Global Families in the U.S. and Abroad, with Foreward by Tim Kochis.   Whether you’re an American living abroad, or foreign-born and living in […]

Europe Faces Pension Pinch

  This article in the WSJ highlights a serious issue in Europe and the U.S. Too few workers contribute to the state pension systems, and nations set little cash aside for benefits they promise. Some are calling this the “pension time bomb”…because the demographic trends are such that fewer and […]

Is It Time to Make Up With Emerging Markets?

This article makes some great arguments why investors should not give up on emerging markets. Many of these economies have been in flux, but now the risk and reward ratio may be tilting toward investors’ favor.     Updated March 7, 2016  The best time to take a vacation can be […]

Key Lessons in Cross Border Wealth Management – American Ex-Pat

As part of our article series on issues in Cross Border Wealth Management, the following is an illustration of some of the key implementation strategies we come across in helping cross border professionals manage their complex financial affairs.   “Our financial affairs are so complicated because we have stuff all […]

Key Lessons in Cross Border Wealth Management – Multi-national Citizen

As part of our article series on issues in Cross Border Wealth Management, the following is an illustration of some of the key implementation strategies we come across in helping cross border professionals manage their complex financial affairs.   An interesting case study that can help advisors become more familiar […]

Financial Planning & Wealth Management Needs for Cross Border Professionals

This is the second article in our series of industry content published on IRIS from Worldview Wealth Advisors, designed to help financial professionals better understand the opportunities available in the cross-border financial planning marketplace.   In our first article, we detailed the size, scope and characteristics of the cross border […]

The Growing Opportunity in Cross Border Wealth Management for Independent Financial Advisors

This article is the first in a series of industry content from Worldview Wealth Advisors designed to help financial professionals better understand the opportunities available in the cross-border financial planning marketplace.   Globalization is increasing and the world is becoming ever more connected, driven by companies expanding globally, technology companies […]

Internationally Born Entrepreneurs Flock to the Silicon Valley, But Beware of Personal Finance Traps

More and more cross-border professionals and their families are making their way to the U.S. to pursue their entrepreneurial endeavors – some recent estimates are that as much as 50% of the founders of new start-ups are foreign born. These people are generally super stars, with the education, skills and […]

Low Interest Rates are Rewriting Investing Rules

Low bond yields are frustrating income-oriented investors; diversification is the only answer.   As I sit down to write to you today, I can’t help but reflect on an article I read in the Wall Street Journal while riding on the train a few days ago. For the first time […]

Year-End Tax Planning for Cross-Border Families

As the 2014 tax year in the U.S. nears its end, now is an important time for international and cross-border families to consider actions which can reduce your tax bill. In this article, we highlight some important tax moves that any U.S. taxpayer should be thinking about, along with some […]